British Intelligence And The Formation Of A Policy Toward Russia, 1917-1918: Missing Dimension Or Just Missing?
By Darvin Babiuk
Published: October 16, 2012.
Internal collapse and a succession of varying Russian governments in 1917 necessitated the need for British policy makers to re-evaluate their attitudes toward Russia. It is well-known that this ultimately evolved into hostility towards Bolshevism. What is not so evident is how this decision was arrived at. Nor was it as clear-cut as one might believe.